What Is NVM (Non-Volatile Memory)?
Volatile memory tends to run faster than non-volatile memory. That is why computers use volatile memory for tasks that require fast response times and need memory for only small intervals of time. Non-volatile memory tends to be slower because it has to write and record the data so that users can call on it again. Non-volatile memory is also rewritable, which means that users have the ability to delete the information that is stored on it.